NEW YORK (MainStreet) —Abraham Riesman is perturbed. The documentary filmmaker and frequent Vice and Slate contributor voiced his grievances about the hassle of splitting the check and his friends' slow adoption of p2p payment technology like Venmo in a piece for MainStreet last week. Of course, it was difficult to control his rage, his fulminating shpilkes, to just the printed word, so we had him on The Moola Files to voice his complaints further.
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